Leader of the smallest government coalition party, the Christian Democrats (KDU-ČSL), Pavel Bělobrádek was returned unopposed to the top post at the party’s conference in Zlín on Saturday. Bělobrádek received 251 out of a possible 275 votes. Minister of Agriculture, Marián Jureča, was returned as first deputy chairman. Bělobrádek said the party had succeeded in making a comeback without abandoning its traditional values. He set the next goal as defeating Communist-Social Democrat administrations in power in many regions.
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